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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich 11:44 - Nov 9 with 1328 viewsdavblue

apparently their wage bill when they got promoted was £51 million quid and wages to turnover was 152%.

That's a pretty decent wage budget in the championship, looks like they rolled the dice and won getting promoted that season.
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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 11:46 - Nov 9 with 1290 viewsIllinoisblue

I think they’re due some bad luck

62 - 78 - 81

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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 12:22 - Nov 9 with 1186 viewsX0Y0

Would that include promotion bonuses though, that otherwise wouldn't have been incurred?
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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 13:01 - Nov 9 with 1085 viewsSwansea_Blue

Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 12:22 - Nov 9 by X0Y0

Would that include promotion bonuses though, that otherwise wouldn't have been incurred?


I suspect so

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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 16:20 - Nov 9 with 917 viewstextbackup

Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 11:46 - Nov 9 by Illinoisblue

I think they’re due some bad luck


they make their own luck, while we moan about our bad luck.

the way both teams have gone really is no coincidence

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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 17:15 - Nov 9 with 812 viewsHARRY10

Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 16:20 - Nov 9 by textbackup

they make their own luck, while we moan about our bad luck.

the way both teams have gone really is no coincidence


Having sold Maddison and one of the Murphys, they weren't short if a quid or two. Whereas what happens when we sell a player ?

They paid nothing for the other Murphy, or the two they sold in the summer.

They have invested and took the long term approach, whereas Evans has simply appointed managers in the basis that they once secured promotion.

And while we mocked their fund raising to upgrade their training ground, we appear to have sold ours. After giving up on Milnes aim to have half the squad coming from the academy by 2017.

And we are the ones supposed to have a rich owner
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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 17:22 - Nov 9 with 792 viewsAce_High1

Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 17:15 - Nov 9 by HARRY10

Having sold Maddison and one of the Murphys, they weren't short if a quid or two. Whereas what happens when we sell a player ?

They paid nothing for the other Murphy, or the two they sold in the summer.

They have invested and took the long term approach, whereas Evans has simply appointed managers in the basis that they once secured promotion.

And while we mocked their fund raising to upgrade their training ground, we appear to have sold ours. After giving up on Milnes aim to have half the squad coming from the academy by 2017.

And we are the ones supposed to have a rich owner


Norwich have a strategy.

Invest in young players, sell BIG, reinvest some of it, sell BIG repeat.

We don't have a strategy.
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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 17:48 - Nov 9 with 753 viewsHARRY10

Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 17:22 - Nov 9 by Ace_High1

Norwich have a strategy.

Invest in young players, sell BIG, reinvest some of it, sell BIG repeat.

We don't have a strategy.


It means they have a squad that has cost them diddley squat in relative terms. That I think is their core strategy. Develop their own players rather than pay millions for some lower PL journey men.

Selling is always going to be a consequence of that, not the intent. Player will always seek to move up the ladder to play at a higher level, as every club knows.

But when they do move on, it is helpful to have a set up where the maximum can be had in return. Maybe with Downes we might be inching towards that, at last.
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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 17:54 - Nov 9 with 742 viewstextbackup

Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 17:22 - Nov 9 by Ace_High1

Norwich have a strategy.

Invest in young players, sell BIG, reinvest some of it, sell BIG repeat.

We don't have a strategy.


the only positive for us with the Norwich strategy is that their fans, a huge number of them, have an over inflated opinion of themselves and on each promotion they think its theur turn at giving it a real good go....

their boards ideas don't match the fans.

so they are always left a bit flat

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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 18:57 - Nov 9 with 658 viewsbluebud

Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 12:22 - Nov 9 by X0Y0

Would that include promotion bonuses though, that otherwise wouldn't have been incurred?


I seem to remember reading the squad bonus was £10 million for promotion and that wasn't including the individual promtion bonuses in player contracts - this bonus was introduced just before Christmas of that season.
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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 19:24 - Nov 9 with 599 viewsBryanPlug

Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 17:22 - Nov 9 by Ace_High1

Norwich have a strategy.

Invest in young players, sell BIG, reinvest some of it, sell BIG repeat.

We don't have a strategy.


We have a strategy. Buy old or crocked players. Sell SMALL.
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Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 22:17 - Nov 9 with 423 viewsJimmyJazz

Swiss Ramble on Twitter have done a piece on Norwich on 17:15 - Nov 9 by HARRY10

Having sold Maddison and one of the Murphys, they weren't short if a quid or two. Whereas what happens when we sell a player ?

They paid nothing for the other Murphy, or the two they sold in the summer.

They have invested and took the long term approach, whereas Evans has simply appointed managers in the basis that they once secured promotion.

And while we mocked their fund raising to upgrade their training ground, we appear to have sold ours. After giving up on Milnes aim to have half the squad coming from the academy by 2017.

And we are the ones supposed to have a rich owner


Milnes aim? Do you seriously think he was allowed to come up with a strategy?

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